At Your Fingertips: Considering Finger Distinctness in Continuous Touch-Based Authentication for Mobile Devices

@article{Ali2016AtYF,
  title={At Your Fingertips: Considering Finger Distinctness in Continuous Touch-Based Authentication for Mobile Devices},
  author={Zaire Ali and Jamie Payton and Vincent Sritapan},
  journal={2016 IEEE Security and Privacy Workshops (SPW)},
  year={2016},
  pages={272-275}
}
Currently, the most prevalent approaches to authenticate smartphones involve either PINs, swipe patterns, or passwords. Few users enable these approaches. In order to encourage adoption, new authentication methods are needed. Emerging methods rely on the distinctness of a user's touch-based gesture for continuous authentication, providing an unobtrusive approach that simply monitors swipes and other input gestures as they are performed in the context of everyday smartphone use. However… CONTINUE READING

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